Houses NZ, June 2015
June 2015 (Issue 36)
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In an ideal world
The Ideal House is a high-performance home that has been built to showcase the latest in sustainable design and materials.
Graduate profile: Charlotte Stewart
talks to architectural graduate Charlotte Stewart of Tennent + Brown.
Riley Sanders: Designer & craftsman
Dunedin-born designer Riley Sanders talks with
about combining technology and craftsmanship in his designs.
Q & A: Alisdair Daines
talks to architect Alisdair Daines of Context Architects about the rebuild and affordability.
Work: Residential architecture
A portfolio of houses by Context Architects from across New Zealand in the 2014-2016 period.
The idiomatic style of the architecture belies the cutting-edge technology that lies at the heart of this home.
Three Kings House
From a steep, almost inaccessible site springs a multilevel family home.
South Canterbury Farmhouse
This off-the-grid farmhouse proves that with sustainable architecture size doesn’t matter.
Kohimarama House by Studio John Irving
A house beyond repair sees a planned renovation project become a new build.
Otago Stable by Jackie Gillies + Associates
An 1890s stable block is transformed into a warm, modern family home.
Back from the dead: Pitches Store
More than a century of history is encapsulated within the walls of this restored building.
Grey Lynn Garage
A former inner city mechanic’s workshop is reimagined as a New York-style loft.
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